MGA training are the North West’s leading CITB approved training centre.
Providing training with commitment to quality.

Welcome to MGA Training

Appointed Person Course


This course is suitable for the supervisors and managers with responsibility for lifting operations.

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Lift Supervisor Course


The course delivers theory and practical training outlining all the key responsibilities of a Lift Supervisor.

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Crane Operator Course


This course provides thorough practical and theory plant training in operating a Mobile Crane.

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Slinger Signaller Course


This course will give you foundation training and assessment in slinging and signalling.

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Health and Safety Test


To apply for the CSCS health and Safety test you must have the appropriate construction related qualifications and training and, in the majority of cases,

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CITB approved training centre

More than 150,000 individuals carry the card and it is required to be able to operate most catagories of plant on MCG (Major Contractors Group) and NCF (National Contractors Federation) sites. Put simply it is the main standard for plant operators.

The roles and responsibilities of all personnel involved in the planning, supervision and execution of lifting operations are defined in the code of practice BS7121 – Safe Use of Cranes. BS7121 helps employers comply with the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) when they are using mobile cranes.

Call today for information and details regarding our training courses – 0161 707 9865

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News & Announcements

Horrific Headlines – What Will Prevent Crane Accidents?

There are plenty of horror stories in the news about collapsing cranes and other crane accidents. The bigger the construction boom, the more opportunity there is for things to go wrong; but even in leaner, uncertain times, crane operations pose a potential threat if approved slinger signaller static duties are not carried out.

Why the Slinger Signaller is Critical to Site Safety

In the days of modern, automated workforces, there are still crucial roles that require physical dexterity and the ability to make instructions swiftly and clearly with mainly nonverbal communication. Such a role is the slinger signaller.

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